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    Hi guys i fallen in love with Asus MAXIMUS VI FORMULA:MAXIMUS VI FORMULA - Motherboards - ASUS and i7 4770K so i would like to know if this CPU is good performer.Also im Intel noob and i would like to know what is difference between i7 4770,i7 4770K,i7 4770T and i7 4770S CPU's.
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    All intel cpu's with a K are unlocked for overclocking. The 4th gen intels run hot. In asus board is a great board. I wouldn't waste your time buying any cpu unless it's unlocked with that mobo. It's designed for oc'ing. Don't know to much about the amd gpu's yet...only info we have on them is what has been posted on the net.

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    saturn97 is right. Those are hot running CPUs, (get the "K" designation) so plan for good CPU cooling from the start. As for the AMD Graphics, reviews should be up within a day or two, to help you make an informed decision about what to get. It will pay-off to wait for reviews.

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    I picked up the new Ivy Bridge-E 4930K If I were you I would defiantly think about this chip over the 4770K. Also have the Haswell 4570K, but I haven't had a chance to test it, bought it for the Z87X-OC board that Gigabyte sent me, also to replace the 4770K that I sold. Sure the 4770K could hit 4.5-4.6GHz but even under water it's one of the warmest chips Intel has ever made.

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    The Asus board you picked is a great board. Although I haven't personally tested one yet, from the reviews that I have read, its one of the top performers..
    However, if you don't need all the features it offers, you can save some money and maybe go for a board that offers good OC capabilities and save some money.

    The MSI MPower board is also really good, had allot of features that other boards don't have and comes with a good price.. I personally use this board for my test bench.

    For the haswell series, the 4770K is a good performer, but like others have said, its a damn HOT running chip. Anything OCd past 1.3volts on the vcore and temps pick up really fast. My test bench runs 3x 360 rads and it has a hard time under stress. I top out at high 70s running only 4.6ghz. So plan for some good cooling.

    the 4670k is also a good performer, esp if you are using for games. From what I have seen its also a much cooler running chip since it doesn't have the HT (Hyperthreading).
    For any of the new Haswell, if you are planning for any future OC, its always best to get the K series for the unlocked processor.

    If you are set on the 1150 socket then haswell is your only option. However if you are open to other platforms, their are allot of other options as well.

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    The last few days I did some research and found that the 4770K is running pretty hot, I saw that a lot of people are deliding their CPU, I think it's not worth it as no big acquisition.So for now im gonna replace my FX8150 for FX8350 the other good news is EK FC 7970 water block will be compatible with most of R9 280X cards and R9 280X and Radeon HD 7970 GHz work in CrossFire.Existing EK FC water blocks compatible with AMD® Radeon R9 280X | EKWaterBlocks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    the 4670k is also a good performer, esp if you are using for games. From what I have seen its also a much cooler running chip since it doesn't have the HT (Hyperthreading).
    For any of the new Haswell, if you are planning for any future OC, its always best to get the K series for the unlocked processor.
    Heat issues that I have read about concerning the the 4770K are what helped me decide on the 4670K for myself. Performance is said to be stellar and heat much easier to mitigate.
    The Knee Replacement Operation that I had recently was much harder on me than the doctors planned on, and I'm still taking those damn pain pills. Recovery is happening way too slow for me.
    Needless to say, I'm too damn loopy all of the time to build the 4670K system. It's driving me crazy that It's not done yet, but I don't trust myself to not screw it up while taking these pills.

    I'll have one 360 Rad on the CPU to cool it and I think it will suffice for now. I can add another rad and the two GTX-680's later on too.

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    Neil, recovery is always slower for guys like us, that are disabled, and older, all you can do is just take it one day at a time, give it your best, and hope everything works out. So don't lets things get you down. AS far as your build goes, your recovery is more important, the build can wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Neil, recovery is always slower for guys like us, that are disabled, and older, all you can do is just take it one day at a time, give it your best, and hope everything works out. So don't lets things get you down. AS far as your build goes, your recovery is more important, the build can wait.
    Yeah, You're right Stan, the build is gonna HAVE to wait. I don't have any choice at this point. I get Physical Therapy three times a week and they tell me that I'm doing well, but certain things about this really get to me. The leg muscles above my knee are killing me all day long and the pain meds hardly touch it. I can stand on the leg, but have no strength to ~slowly~ sit down. (hurts like a bitch to try that too)

    Moving the leg in a certain way makes the joint click. This hurts, and I wonder if this is forever. It is still just as bad as the day after surgery. I have about four days of the pain meds left and then the Doc says that I'll not have any more of them.
    Should start to get interesting soon afterwards.

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    Why would he cut you off of your pain meds so soon. it doesn't make sense. unless the people from therapy and telling him things. Has he even seen you since you came home ? The meds he has you on are not as strong as I expected, especially after everything they had to do. I get the same click or snap in my knee every time I stand up, so I know what your talking about. Even the doctors here told me that just because you get a knee replacement, dose not mean it's going to fix everything, or even stop the pain, everyone's different, I know 6 people that it helped, and out of the 6 4 had double knee replacements, however I also know 5 more people that said it was the worse decision they ever made. For me it would be on the leg that's paralyzed, which would screw up therapy doing any good, but it's also getting to the point that I have to do something.

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    Why would he cut you off of your pain meds so soon. it doesn't make sense. unless the people from therapy and telling him things. Has he even seen you since you came home ? The meds he has you on are not as strong as I expected, especially after everything they had to do. I get the same click or snap in my knee every time I stand up, so I know what your talking about. Even the doctors here told me that just because you get a knee replacement, dose not mean it's going to fix everything, or even stop the pain, everyone's different, I know 6 people that it helped, and out of the 6 4 had double knee replacements, however I also know 5 more people that said it was the worse decision they ever made. For me it would be on the leg that's paralyzed, which would screw up therapy doing any good, but it's also getting to the point that I have to do something.
    Last time he refilled the script, he said that that was gonna be it. I'll talk to him when the time comes. I would love to be able to stop them if I can.

    I can already stand up on it much longer than before the surgery, so I know it's gonna be better for me in the long run.

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    Depending on the meds, Sometimes Dr. will only allow so many during a time period. As most already know, Pain meds can become an addiction and abused over time (if not careful). Which is probably one reason he's probably not going to refill. However, if the pain becomes unbearable, I am sure he will find you another alternative way to ease the pain.

    Just take your time Neil, the road to recovery can take sometime, but if the PT does a good job, it can really help improve your situation and be better in the long run.
    I work with PT's EVERYDAY!! So I see this kind of situation ALLOT.

    Hope you get better soon buddy!

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    Thanks guys for the support. I know I'll get there. It's just taking longer than what I planned, and it's more than a little frustrating at times.

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    Don't forget the Flux Capacitors for this system..

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